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    I have a Delco Model 986099 radio that came out of my 1962 Hawk. I am trying to find out the Studebaker Model Number... anyone able to help?



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    • #3
      That is not a Studebaker ACXXXX (four numbers) AC number, it's on an orange paper tag, if that is gone, you are done, I don't think we have a Delco part number list.

      If it fits well in the '62 Hawk it may be the correct AC # for a Hawk. Lark, Hawk, Avanti, manual, push button or AM&FM on '64-'66, all are different numbers.

      Does it have a '62 White face dial?

      StudeRich
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      • #4
        quote:Originally posted by rockne10

        Someone posted a list of Studebaker radio accessory numbers here three or four years ago. I printed a hard copy but can't find it.
        Using the "Search" function gives me an error message.
        maybe someone else remembers the post and can recall it.
        It was JDP who posted it but like you, my search did not bring up the post.

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        • #5
          The radio in my 62 GT Hawk has the orange tag that says "AC 3216". It says Studebaker All Transistor on the chrome bezel, has a white dial and white pushbuttons but has black knobs. What year and what type of Studebaker did it come from?


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          • #6
            quote:Originally posted by rockne10

            Someone posted a list of Studebaker radio accessory numbers here three or four years ago. I printed a hard copy but can't find it.
            Using the "Search" function gives me an error message.
            maybe someone else remembers the post and can recall it.
            http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...chTerms=ac3500

            Craig

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            • #7
              quote:Originally posted by PeterHawk

              The radio in my 62 GT Hawk has the orange tag that says "AC 3216". It says Studebaker All Transistor on the chrome bezel, has a white dial and white pushbuttons but has black knobs. What year and what type of Studebaker did it come from?
              It's not in my March 1, 1961 Accessories price list, so since it's AC # is higher than those I have, it most likely is a '62 Hawk Radio, someone with the '62 book will verify that.

              It just has had the knobs replaced with 1966 black ones, if they are the small tapered, serrated ones with the very small stainless concave (cone shaped) discs in the center. [^]

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              • #8
                quote:Originally posted by 8E45E
                http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=13880&SearchTerms=ac3500
                Craig,

                I tried all sorts of combo's without luck, thanks for digging this up. I wonder if we should not post this as a "sticky"?

                Gary

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                • #9
                  That's a 1965 Chevrolet AM radio!
                  http://www.wonderbarman.com/codes.html

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                  • #10
                    quote:Originally posted by Dwain G.

                    That's a 1965 Chevrolet AM radio!
                    http://www.wonderbarman.com/codes.html

                    Dwain-
                    That listing is in error. I have copies of the original Chevy accessory books from that period, and the part number of the 65 full-size Chevy radio is 986098, not 986099. For the record, part nummber 986099 was assigned to a dual horn kit for 47 Chevy trucks. GM did recycle their accessory part numbers on about a 20-year cycle.

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                    • #11
                      Well, he does say "There may be an error of tow!". Still Skip, I'm not gonna be the one to tell him after reading all his rules and regulations down near the bottom of that page.[B)]

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                      • #12
                        My book F says 1962 Lark push button radio AC 3216

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